R5 Million Summer Six

Betting spree on cards today with bumper Pick 6 the cherry

WagnerThere are many additional betting opportunities for punters at Turffontein today as well as a number of carryovers which have been added to boost the pools at the Sansui Summer Cup meeting and at all four other local meetings this weekend.

There will be Pick 6 carryovers also at  the Scottsville and Kenilworth meetings on Sunday.

However, the biggest carryover will be the R1.3 million going into today’s Turffontein pool that should see it grow to R5 million.

On Sunday R200,000 will be added to each of the Kenilworth and Scottsville Pick 6 pools with estimates of R900,000 and R1.3-million respectively.

In addition, there will be a Pick 6 carryover of R100,000 on Monday at Flamingo Park with an estimated pool of R625,000.

At Turffontein there will be Quartet carryovers in Races 1 and 7, as well as two Jackpots (Races 5 to 8 and Races 9 to 12) and two BiPots (Races 2 to 7 and Races 7 to 12)

1st Bipot – Races 2 to 7, Place Accumulator – Races 3 to 9, Pick 6 – Races 4 to 9

1st Jkpot – Races 5 to 8, 2nd Bipot Races 7 to 12, 2nd Jkpot – Races 9 to 12, Race 7 – Soccer GG

Mega Net Pick C/Over R 1 300 000. Race 4 @ 14h30 Estimated Pool R 5 MILLION.

Maxi Net 2nd Jackpot C/Over R 57 255. Race 9 @18h25 .Estimated Pool R 800 000.

Maxi Net Quartet C/Over R 75 000. Race 1 @12h35. Estimated Pool R 600 000.

Maxi Net Quartet C/Over R 157 511. Race 7 @ 16h50 .Estimated Pool R 1 500 000.

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